10 Defence Force Recruiting candidates took part in an immersion activity at RAAF Base Townsville.
Former Army aviator and Boeing aircrewman Greg Maiden clocked up 5000 flying hours in CH-47 Chinooks on March 15.
Soil collected by traditional custodians of RAAF Base Townsville featured in the Centenary Welcome Ceremony for Air Force’s centenary celebrations.
Personnel from No. 383 Contingency Response Squadron explored Cape York in the northernmost reaches of Queensland for Exercise Woomera Strike.
Air Force and Army have combined forces to spread some Christmas cheer in remote areas of Queensland and the Torres Strait Islands.
The best Air Force military working dogs and handlers have been recognised, with two shields awarded to personnel from No. 2 Security Forces Squadron.
After 40 years of service, Flight Lieutenant Bruce Lowth was presented with his Federation Star.
The Combat Survival Training School at RAAF Base Townsville held a barbecue using Indigenous survival skills and cooking methods.
RAAF air traffic control personnel from No. 452 Squadron made a special presentation to civilian student pilots.
The C-27J displayed many capabilities during Exercise Ready Spartan Prove.
A new Indigenous artwork has been launched at the Combat Survival Training School at RAAF Base Townsville.
Flight Sergeant Jason Bond was presented with the annual Mayor of Townsville Award.